What does Brownist mean?

Brownist meaning in General Dictionary

a person who advocates the Brunonian system of medicine

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  • A follower of Robert Brown of England inside 16th century whom taught that every chapel is complete and separate itself whenever organized and contains users meeting in a single destination having full power to elect and depose its officers
  • A follower of Robert Brown, of England, within the sixteenth century, which taught that each and every church is full and separate in it self whenever arranged, and consist of members meeting in one place, having full power to elect and depose its officials.
  • person who advocates the Brunonian system of medication.

Brownist meaning in General Dictionary

(letter.) A follower of Robert Brown, of England, inside sixteenth century, which taught that each chapel is total and separate by itself whenever organized, and includes users meeting in one single destination, having full-power to elect and depose its officers.

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  • (n.) Person who advocates the Brunonian system of medication.

Sentence Examples with the word Brownist

In these latter the earlier Brownist or even Anabaptist spirit probably prevailed.

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